Knowledge on health and medical informatics in developing countries is scarce. This health informatics journal has therefore been launched to focus on and promote research, experience and discussions related to health informatics in developing countries. Authors from developing countries are particularly encouraged to contribute in this area.
The journal comprises of journal and review articles. In line with the ethos of its publishers, the journal operates on a Free Access Policy. Readers can view and download articles without any cost or registration.
In order to make a submission, authors are requested to send an email to the Editor-in-chief Dr. Ashraf El-Metwally
Send a Copy to the Administrative Assistant Administrative Assistant (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The Journal of Health Informatics in Developing Countries (JHIDC) publishes two volumes every year, in December and in June. The Current section contains the volume that is open to submissions, to which submissions are added as they are received (once they have been reviewed and accepted). The Archives section contains all volumes of the journal - those that have already been published as well as the current volume.
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Vol 11, No 1 (2017)
Table of Contents
|Distribution of the Myers Briggs Type Indicator types in an Emergency Medicine residency training program in Saudi Arabia|
|Majid Alsalamah, Abdulrahman AlHamdani, Mishal Albassam, Yasser Alasgah|
|The Trustworthiness of Mobile Health Applications for Emergency Medicine|
|Use of computerized accounting system and cost accounting techniques in hospital settings of UAE|